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President Obama Talks Middle-Class Tax Cuts with Mayors and Their Constituents

Yesterday, President Obama held a conference call with a bipartisan group of mayors and community leaders from around the country to discuss preventing an income tax increase on middle-class families. 

Several of the mayors asked some of their constituents who had shared what a $2,000 tax increase next year would mean for their families to join the call as well. 

Check out some photos and tweets from leaders who listened in from cities and towns nationwide

President Obama Talks Middle-Class Tax Cuts with Mayors and Their Constituents 

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